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Top Health Benefits of Acupuncture for Pets

January 11, 2022

Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese medical practice. It reduces pain and inflammation and improves your pet’s quality of life. The procedure also serves as a treatment in holistic veterinary medicine. Acupuncture uses needles to stimulate your pet’s body so that it can naturally heal.

Common Dental Problems in Dogs

December 17, 2021

Dental disease is a condition that affects not just humans but also animals. The disease is one of the most common issues that veterinarians deal with. More than 80 percent of dogs over three years have active dental disease. 

What Causes Pet Diabetes?

November 18, 2021

When most people think about diabetes, they are only thinking of the human condition. The fact is that diabetes can also affect pets. Dogs and cats have a risk of developing diabetes. Diabetes in pets occurs when the body fails to produce enough insulin or is unable to effectively use the insulin. 

What Diagnostic Tests Does Your Pet Need and When?

October 22, 2021

Veterinarians usually encounter some of the most unique situations in the medical community. They deal with sick patients who cannot talk about their problems. They must rely on the pet’s owner, caretaker, zookeeper, and others for important information. Often, they get biased or erroneous information that can lead them down the wrong path.

How Often Should Exotic Animals Visit the Vet?

September 20, 2021

As a caring and responsible pet owner, you want your animal companion to be happy, healthy, and comfortable. Having an animal friend does not always mean a dog or cat. There are tons of animal species out there that can provide you with companionship and benefit from your loving care.

Benefits of Acupuncture for Pets

August 9, 2021

Acupuncture is a type of ancient medicine that now benefits many people around the world. Traditional Chinese medicine works on the assumption that most illnesses result from an imbalance of the body’s vital energies.

How Is Acupuncture Beneficial for Pets?

July 26, 2021

Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese practice that has been in use for many years on both human beings and animals. This practice is based on the philosophy that disease is caused by the imbalance of forces working in the body. Therefore, it focuses on restoring this energy in the body, thereby promoting healing and restoring a pet’s overall health. This treatment complements other conventional veterinary methods of medication, such as the use of medicine and surgery.

Veterinary Care for Reptiles

June 28, 2021

Did you know that reptiles like snakes and turtles, among others, are pets in about 1.8 million households in the United States? Studies about human-animal connections usually focus on bonds between people and canines. Today, though, a wide range of other animals have found their way into the hearts of pet lovers.

Preventing Fleas and Ticks in Dogs

May 14, 2021

As flea and tick season checks in, it is important to think about your pet’s comfort. Nothing is more annoying to a dog than the pesky insects. Any dog owner should realize that the soft fur and warm body offer an attractive home for parasites. The moment the pests find their abode on the dog, they begin to feed on the animal’s blood. This can result in a wide range of health issues ranging from skin conditions to Lyme disease. Fortunately, there are effective ways to prevent fleas and ticks in dogs.

Importance of Nutritional Counseling for Pets

April 30, 2021

There are lots of things to think about when you choose to become the parent of a new pet, not least what they will eat. Our pet’s food is just as important to their health and wellbeing as ours is to us. However, our animals don’t have the choice about what to eat and instead must take what they are given. This means that they are relying on us to choose the right balance of nutrition to keep them healthy.

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